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Ken Morr (#47403848)
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Bio Photo I was born and reared in Chicago, moved to San Francisco in the 60's then to the Denver area in the early 70's. Climbed mountains through out the world, runner, skier, bike rider. Have been doing genealogy of the MORR family for several years.
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Corinna Harvey-Burton
Andreas Morr II
Hi Ken,
My name is Corinna Harvey Burton (#47817231). Andreas Morr II was my great x5 grandfather. I would be interested in any information on the family that you could share with me. Thank you!
Added by Corinna Harvey-Burton on Jun 06, 2013 7:06 PM
Mary Robustelli
Morr Ancestry
My name is Mary Frances Morr Robustelli and I have been researching the Morr Ancestry. I have only gone back to 17oo's to my gggrandfather George Adam Morr born in Germany and my ggrandfather Adam John Morr born in Germany in 1826. My dad's name was Adam George Morr born in N. Y. in 1893. I am 92 years old and have been searching since 2006. I found you name on Find a Grave and sure would like to hear from you to see if we are from the same Morr Clan. My e-mail address is Sincerely, Mary
Added by Mary Robustelli on Mar 14, 2013 1:32 PM
RE: McComb Ohio cem plat
I would probably contact the village or the township clerk. One of them should have that info. It might also be available from the county library. In most counties, the cemeteries have been "read" and that info has been published.
Added by skydancr on Aug 12, 2012 5:13 PM
Julia Morr
Thanks for contacting me with the info re Julia. I suggest that you leave a flower for her and include the siblings' info. That way you are honoring her and giving others information. Thanks
Added by Karen on Oct 09, 2011 5:52 PM
there is a lot hermans buried there is my guess. i have no idea beyond that. i just stumbled across this cemetery on a trip to amish country. there a cemetery up the road called trinity english lutheran cemetery. sorry i couldn't be more help. you did very good work on fixing those stones.
Added by brenda on Dec 28, 2010 11:36 AM

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